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secretary. we proudly give 72 of our delegate votes to the next president of the united states. [applause] ♪ [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2016] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] announcer: each week, "american history tv's" "reel america" archival films provides context to america's issues. >> we were in the war 100%.
the axis believed it was ready for us. this airst this army, force, this navy. but in the production estimates, the axis was wrong because the forecast had miscalculated the potential strength of the hidden army, the women of the american industry. across the atlantic to berlin to ofyo, millions and millions women who had never lifted a finger outside of their own homes were now suddenly resolved to set the world in order. these were the uniforms of the hidden army. these were their hidden weapons. tos is what they hoped achieve. when they were asked why they had joined the ranks of the hidden army, these women gave a variety of reasons. daughter and i have a son on the arizona.
that is a good enough reason to support anyone. anyone could take this defense job, and now i have a family of 10 million to look after. we help them to get home soon. go to college, but i arrange my classes so i can help out in the war effort. this way i can help out in the war effort and go to college. i joinedtoo heavy, so up for support. they told me i was worth my weight in gold. in theusband is philippines. if he had a few more of these shells, maybe he would still be fighting. whenever i get a bit tired, i think of him on that death march. why did i take a defense job? funny question.
i never thought of that before. do you have to have a reason? we are in a jam, aren't we? i'm sorry, but you will have to excuse me. i'm a little bitter having to answer questions like that. ♪ announcer: monday on "the communicators," michael o'rielly on several key issues facing the sec, like net neutrality, which is in the court, and also comments on the political divide within the fcc. he is joined with the "communications daily" senior editor, howard buskirk. when this becomes the first primary goal of the item,
when the policy and direction that they want to become the first goal rather than any consideration of any for agility or any kind of break or development of consensus, then you wind up with what we have today. there is little interest of bringing my opinions on board, and you are going to find that i'm less likely of being supportive. announcer: watch "the communicators" on monday night on c-span2. announcer: all weekend, iserican history tv" featuring san bernardino, california. mountain, which is located in the san bernardino mountains, is southern california's highest peak. learn more about san bernardino all weekend here on "american history tv."